“This is the pasta shelf.
Making the trip longer reduces the shelf life.
The entire shelf was above sea level at one time.
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As the shelf fragments, those glaciers speed up.
Continental slope, seaward border of the continental shelf.
The region in which the ice shelf is located was claimed by Australia in 1933.
Similarly, west of Marseille, France, the shelf widens at the Rhône River delta to 40 miles (65 km).
This shelf includes the Gulf of Tonkin and the Taiwan Strait and the large islands of Hainan and Taiwan.
In the back of the dark closet is a shelf, and on that shelf is the comfiest, coziest cat bed.
Shelf break, submerged offshore edge of a shallow continental shelf, where the seafloor transitions to continental slope.
A research camp, including instruments for measuring water flow through the ice shelf, was lost when the shelf collapsed.
The name Filchner was originally applied to the whole shelf, including the larger area west of Berkner Island now called the Ronne Ice Shelf.
Thus, the continental shelf as a concept in international law becomes a legal fiction where the shelf does not in fact extend as far as 200 miles.
Dominating the region is the Sunda Shelf, the portion of the Asian continental shelf that extends southward from the Gulf of Thailand to the Java Sea.
Larsen Ice Shelf, ice shelf in the northwestern Weddell Sea, adjoining the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula and named for Norwegian whaler Captain Carl A.
We monitor the ice shelf daily using an automated network of high-precision GPS instruments that surround the station, these measure how the ice shelf is deforming and moving.
"Even before ice shelf break-up, the unpinning and thinning will reduce the buttressing effect of the ice shelf on the glacier upstream of it, resulting in increased ice flow velocity.
Satellite images show that cracks are continuing to grow towards a feature on the shelf called the Bawden Ice Rise – an important support for the shelf that could detach, causing yet another dramatic event.
"We're understanding how ocean water is moving around underneath the ice shelf - how and where it's getting in to that cavity under the shelf, so that we can really tie the physical process of ocean forcing to the signal we see in the satellite data."
- a support that consists of a horizontal surface for holding objects
- a projecting ridge on a mountain or submerged under water
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